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Piazza XXV Aprile, 20154 Milan, Italy
Stazione Centrale
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Reviewed 25 May 2018 via mobile

There is something everywhere for you to look at in this city. Garibaldi arch is nice, built to commend military hero. In a nice section, places to have a drink and people watch.

Thank Patricia D
Reviewed 25 May 2018 via mobile

This is at the base of the entrance to the castle. Nice surroundings with the adjacent fountain and careful landscaping. All adds up to an impressive entrance to the castle.

Thank Robert L
Reviewed 8 April 2018

The Porta Garibaldi is a bustling street that has great food, shopping and nice architecture. I particularly recommend the Princi bakery that is situated on the lane.

Thank Sagira J
Reviewed 22 January 2018

If coming from/going to Malpensa and connecting with the Metro or to/from France, do yourself a favor and use Porta Garibaldi station instead of Centrale, which is over-crowded and filled with scam artists. Not only is Porta Garibaldi free of the vermin, it is less...More

Thank gs32794
Reviewed 12 November 2017

Built in the 19th. century and it is also a monument dedicated to the great Italian hero Garibaldi. It is on a nice square.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 8 November 2017 via mobile

Very lovely neoclassical arch, representing the former gateway to the city, dedicated to the famous Italian military commander during the Unification.

Thank Aleksandar S
Reviewed 25 September 2017

It named after Garibaldi who played a significant role on the third war of independence in Italy. it is a Neoclassic triumphal arch of Corinthian influence, featuring two Doric guard-houses. It was built in friable sandstone, and as a consequence its decorations have decayed over...More

Thank Ngoc Anh T
Reviewed 20 September 2017

The northern entrance to the city was built between 1826 and 1828 by the architect Giacomo Moraglia. The neoclassical arch was meant to commemorate the visit of Francis I to the city in 1825, but was later named after Garibaldi. This whole district is full...More

Thank Borzov
Reviewed 27 June 2017

A nice neoclassical door located in an open plaza. Built on the first half of the 19th century, located in Piazza XXV Aprile, right between Corso Como on one side or Corso Garibaldi on the other side, both nice streets to walk, specially Corso Como....More

Thank happyjaveller
Reviewed 13 June 2017

This Neoclassical gate commemorates one of the most important figured in Italian history. It is also the gate to Corso Como at Porta Nuova district

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Stazione Centrale
Central Station represents a bridge towards the
future. Impressive skyscrapers and new age buildings
stretch the skyline with the majestic Unicredit Tower
cutting through. Surrounding it are large towers that
define Piazza Gae Aulenti, where the fountain and the
Monumento Trombe leave one breathless. A famous
building of the district is the Vertical Forest, where
the innovative materials and trees planted on the
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